25 Questions
| Total Attempts: 111

Choose the letter of the answer that best solves each problem.

Questions and Answers

- 1.What is the value of the following expression?
__7 - 4__. 5 + 10 / 2 x 4- A.
1/10

- B.
3/20

- C.
3/40

- D.
3/25

- 2.Which model represents the following addition problem? –4 + 2 = –2 Note: + means positive, - means negative
- A.
- - - - + + = - -

- B.
- - - - + + = + +

- C.
+ + + + - - = + +

- D.
+ + + + - - = - -

- 3.Susan, Katrina, and Jeremy went ice-skating. Admission prices are shown below. Susan and Katrina are 14 years old, and Jeremy is 9 years old. What was the total cost for their admission and skate rental? Ice Rink Admission: 10 & Under $2.50 Over 10 $3.25 Skate Rental $2.50 per pair
- A.
$8.25

- B.
$15.75

- C.
$16.50

- D.
$24.75

- 4.Which proportion can be used to solve the following problem? If a car is traveling at a speed of 50 miles per hour, how far can it travel in 45 minutes?
- A.
- B.
- C.
- D.

- 5.Hillary simplified the problem 3/8 + 2 - 1/4 on the chalkboard. Where was her first mistake? Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: Step 6:
- A.
Step 1

- B.
Step 2

- C.
Step 4

- D.
Step 6

- 6.Between which two numbers would the number 3/8 be found on the number line?
- A.
0 & 1/10

- B.
1/10 & 1/5

- C.
3/10 & 2/5

- D.
0.5 & 3/5

- 7.Which of the following numbers is NOT equivalent to 1.4%?
- A.
7/500

- B.
0.014

- C.
21/1500

- D.
0.140

- 8.Which of the following is the reciprocal of -3?
- A.
-1/3

- B.
-3

- C.
1/3

- D.
3

- 9.Each set of points represents graphs of 4 different rates of running. The
*x*-axis represents time in seconds and the*y*-axis represents distance in meters. In which graph is the person running the fastest?- A.
(2,1) (5,2) (8,3)

- B.
(2,0.25) (4,0.5) (6,1)

- C.
(1,2) (2,4) (4,6)

- D.
(1,1) (5,3) (9,5)

- 10.A cactus is 4 ft tall and is expected to grow 4 inches per day. Write an equation that represents the number of days
*x*of growth and the plants height*y*in feet.- A.
Y = 1/3x + 4

- B.
Y = 4x + 1/3

- C.
Y = -1/3x + 4

- D.
Y = 4x + 4

- 11.The number of jumping jacks that Mr. Lammers assigns each week in gym class appears to have a pattern. What are the next two terms in the pattern? 75, 69, 63, 57, …
- A.
50, 45

- B.
51, 44

- C.
49, 43

- D.
51, 45

- 12.What is the pattern in the following table?
__INPUT X | 5 | 10 | 15__OUTPUT Y| 15 | 30 | 45- A.
Y = 6x

- B.
Y = 3x

- C.
Y = 5x

- D.
Y = 2x

- 13.Which of the following is part of the solution set for the given inequality? –15
*k*< –90- A.
K = -6

- B.
K = 0

- C.
K = 6

- D.
K = 9

- 14.Which of the following equations has a solution of
*x*= 4?- A.
4x = 20

- B.
1/5x = 20

- C.
X - 20 = 24

- D.
-16 + x = -12

- 15.Max is 7 years younger than the age of his sister. If his sister is 15 years old, which equation can be used to find Max’s age? Let
*x*represent Max’s age.- A.
15 + 7 = x

- B.
15 + x = 7

- C.
X - 7 = 15

- D.
15 - x = 7

- 16.LeAnn wants to enclose her yard. She needs to estimate how many sections of fence she will need. She has sides measuring: 50', 15'6", 22'6", 30'3", 72'6", and 45'9". What is the best estimate of the perimeter of her yard?
- A.
150 feet

- B.
200 feet

- C.
230 feet

- D.
270 feet

- 17.You are making 4 scarves. Each scarf requires 33 inches of edging material. How many feet of edging material will you need?
- A.
8.25 feet

- B.
11 feet

- C.
15 feet

- D.
132 feet

- 18.Juan is building a scale model of a train. He wants to know how long the actual train is. He reads on the model box that the scale is 1 in. = 16 ft. The completed model is 21 in. long. Based on the scale, how long is the actual train?
- A.
1.3125 feet

- B.
32 feet

- C.
336 feet

- D.
422 feet

- 19.A new coating is being applied to the gymnasium floor. The rectangular floor measures 50 feet wide and 90 feet long. The circle in the center has a diameter of 10 feet and has already been completed. Approximately what area of the floor remains to be coated? Use Area of a circle = and Area of a rectangle = lw
- A.
3120.5 sq ft

- B.
4186 sq ft

- C.
4421.5 sq ft

- D.
4500 sq ft

- 20.Glenda wants to create a 192 sq ft rectangular garden in her backyard. What are three possible dimensions for the length and width of the garden?
- A.
2 ft × 96 ft; 6 ft × 32 ft; 12 ft × 15 ft

- B.
4 ft × 48 ft; 6 ft × 32 ft; 8 ft × 24 ft

- C.
1 ft × 192 ft; 6 ft × 34 ft; 8 ft × 24 ft

- D.
3 ft × 64 ft; 8 ft × 22 ft; 12 ft × 16 ft

- 21.Brady is the quarterback for a high school football team. He completes 7 out of every 10 passes. If he throws an average of 85 passes per game, how many completed passes does he make in a 10-game season?
- A.
60 completed passes

- B.
595 completed passes

- C.
600 completed passes

- D.
5950 completed passes

- 22.Mike has a box of blocks containing yellow, pink, red and blue blocks. Below is a picture of the order of the blocks. Mike chose a block, kept it, and picked a second block. What is the probability that he picked out 2 red blocks?
- A.
3/10

- B.
9/100

- C.
2/10

- D.
1/15

- 23.Stephanie has $500 in her savings account. The money is split into the 4 categories shown below. How much money came from graduation? 24% = babysitting 21% = allowance 45% = graduation 10% = birthday
- A.
$50

- B.
$105

- C.
$120

- D.
$225

- 24.You have a stack of three cube-shaped boxes in a closet that measures 48 inches tall. The bottom 2 boxes each have a volume of 3375 cubic ft. The top box has a volume of 1728 cubic ft. What height of box could still fit in the remaining space?
- A.
6 inches

- B.
8 inches

- C.
12 inches

- D.
15 inches

- 25.Charlene has a bag of trail mix that contains 19 peanuts, 5 mini-pretzels, 8 chocolate candies and 8 raisins. What is the probably if Charlene removes a peanut, eats it, and then removes a mini-pretzel?
- A.
19/312

- B.
19/390

- C.
19/320

- D.
19/5